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1 pref, 0| Scripture which I think might with great advantage be taught 2 pref, 0| least they will not prevail with others (over whom they might 3 pref, 0| and I should point it out with my finger: if they had not 4 pref, 0| right to fly into a passion with me on that account. As for 5 pref, 0| them. For, as I am dealing with Christians who profess to 6 pref, 0| were, mingling them one with another, if men never learnt 7 pref, 0| prophet, came to him, and sat with him, and in human words, 8 pref, 0| and in human words, and with a human tongue, opened to 9 pref, 0| Scriptures. Did not God talk with Moses, and yet he, with 10 pref, 0| with Moses, and yet he, with great wisdom and entire 11 pref, 0| the sense of originating with himself, but is the gift 12 pref, 0| to lay down, if he meet with an obscure passage in the 13 1, arg | renewed by grace, we may await with hope the resurrection of 14 1, 1 | has already supplied me with many thoughts on this subject, 15 1, 1 | diminished by being shared with others, if it is possessed 16 1, 1 | satisfied, they filled baskets with the fragments that were 17 1, 1 | already vouchsafed to me with a view to undertaking this 18 1, 2 | that will not interfere with the division of the subject 19 1, 4 | enjoy a thing is to rest with satisfaction in it for its 20 1, 8 | wisdom, they could never with entire confidence prefer 21 1, 15 | thus to take it up again. With what assurance, then, is 22 1, 15 | without a murmur, but even with delight? ~ 23 1, 16 | present time, and purges it with many wholesome afflictions, 24 1, 22 | and so is not occupied with anything that is unchangeable. 25 1, 22 | but, "Thou shalt love God with all thy heart, and with 26 1, 22 | with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all 27 1, 22 | and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind:" so that you 28 1, 22 | bring. For when He says, "With all thy heart, and with 29 1, 22 | With all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all 30 1, 22 | and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind," He means 31 1, 22 | that he too should love God with his whole heart, and soul, 32 1, 23 | which are either united with us in a common relation 33 1, 23 | that which is on a level with us; fourth, that which is 34 1, 26 | beneath us but connected with us, through a law of nature 35 1, 26 | and which is common to us with the beasts (for even the 36 1, 26 | says, "the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with 37 1, 26 | with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all 38 1, 26 | and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind; and thou shalt 39 1, 27 | man can have fellowship with us in the enjoyment of God, 40 1, 28 | brought into closer connection with you. For, suppose that you 41 1, 28 | be more closely connected with you. ~ 42 1, 29 | Now of all who can with us enjoy God, we love partly 43 1, 29 | that they should all join with us in loving God, and all 44 1, 29 | is fond of all who join with him in admiration of his 45 1, 29 | merits: if, however, he meet with any one who opposes him, 46 1, 29 | love us too as partakers with them in so great a blessing. ~ 47 1, 30 | enemy, to commit adultery with his wife, or to kill him, 48 1, 32 | we use objects, we do so with a view to the full enjoyment 49 1, 32 | is also just, we cannot with impunity be evil; and so 50 1, 33 | weary and anxious to stay with them and rest in them, set 51 1, 33 | to recruit our energies with the provision which they 52 1, 33 | in the sense of to "use with delight." For when the thing 53 1, 33 | it should bring delight with it. And if you pass beyond 54 1, 35 | that other in fellowship with ourselves. For there is 55 1, 35 | use that dispensation, not with such love and delight as 56 1, 35 | were a good to rest in, but with a transient feeling rather, 57 1, 37 | intend, he often falls in with other statements which he 58 1, 37 | which he cannot harmonize with this meaning. And if he 59 1, 37 | begins to feel more angry with Scripture than he is with 60 1, 37 | with Scripture than he is with himself. And if he should 61 1, 38 | the other hand, is loved with greater ardour when it is 62 1, 39 | life; for, in comparison with the future life, the life 63 1, 40 | interpretation of these books with an easy mind. For while 64 1, 40 | worthy of love. And he joins with this "a good conscience," 65 2, arg | important, and are those with which the interpreter of 66 2, arg | present book deals only with unknown signs, the ambiguities 67 2, 1 | I introduced the subject with a warning against attending 68 2, 1 | even though we do nothing with the intention of making 69 2, 2 | signs we are now concerned with~ 70 2, 2 | far as men are concerned with it, because even the signs 71 2, 2 | discovered food, he signals with his voice for the hen to 72 2, 2 | whether they are really used with the purpose of signification, 73 2, 3 | very few in number compared with words. For among men words 74 2, 5 | will of God, in accordance with which they believe these 75 2, 6 | into the church's body, with all their harshness softened 76 2, 6 | masticated by the teeth. It is with the greatest pleasure, too, 77 2, 6 | But why I view them with greater delight under that 78 2, 6 | and that what is attended with difficulty in the seeking 79 2, 6 | Accordingly the Holy Spirit has, with admirable wisdom and care 80 2, 7 | that God is to be loved with all the heart. and with 81 2, 7 | with all the heart. and with all the soul, and with all 82 2, 7 | and with all the soul, and with all the mind, and one's 83 2, 7 | frame of mind he implores with unremitting prayers the 84 2, 7 | agitated, and disturbs him with base desires, from the filth 85 2, 7 | before, or even in comparison with, the truth, and therefore 86 2, 7 | sake of pleasing men or with a view to avoid any of the 87 2, 8 | his knowledge, if not yet with full understanding, still 88 2, 8 | full understanding, still with such knowledge as reading 89 2, 8 | he will read the others with greater safety when built 90 2, 8 | weak mind, nor, cheating it with dangerous falsehoods and 91 2, 8 | falsehoods and delusions, fill it with prejudices averse to a sound 92 2, 8 | and are connected neither with the order of the preceding 93 2, 8 | the preceding books nor with one another, such as Job, 94 2, 8 | history which terminates with the books of Kings and Chronicles. 95 2, 8 | prophets which are connected with one another, and having 96 2, 9 | these books, if not yet with the understanding, still 97 2, 9 | certain extent familiar with the language of Scripture, 98 2, 10 | ox, because all men who with us use the Latin tongue 99 2, 12 | thy seed " into relation with "flesh," kinsmen most naturally 100 2, 12 | And yet to those who read with knowledge, a great truth 101 2, 12 | these walk upon the ground with their feet, and are not 102 2, 13 | sometimes do not interfere with the understanding of the 103 2, 13 | our predecessors who spoke with any authority followed. 104 2, 13 | pardon) should be pronounced with the third syllable long 105 2, 13 | altogether, it is easy to treat with indifference, as not interfering 106 2, 13 | indifference, as not interfering with a right understanding. But 107 2, 14 | that we are unacquainted with, we gradually come to know 108 2, 14 | we happen to meet either with a more learned man of whom 109 2, 14 | whom we can inquire, or with a passage that shows, either 110 2, 14 | are examined and discussed with a careful comparison of 111 2, 15 | put anything in comparison with an authority like this, 112 2, 15 | they conferred together with the result that a unanimous 113 2, 15 | to other nations, were, with the assistance of the power 114 2, 15 | said to have translated as with one voice. As to the books 115 2, 16 | eyes our Lord had anointed with clay made out of spittle 116 2, 16 | language we are not acquainted with. And when these names have 117 2, 16 | appropriately it fits in with the direction to imitate 118 2, 16 | branch which the dove brought with it when it returned to the 119 2, 16 | to have of piercing rocks with its roots, although it is 120 2, 16 | why it is said, Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean". ~ 121 2, 16 | that knowledge interwoven with time. For both the diurnal 122 2, 16 | also God is to be loved with the whole heart, the whole 123 2, 16 | before us in connection with time, that is, when it is 124 2, 16 | sacred significance, either with reference to the ten commandments 125 2, 16 | Creator and the creature), or with reference to the number 126 2, 16 | numbers and music mentioned with honour. ~ 127 2, 17 | artists executed their works with equal beauty, that all nine 128 2, 17 | the case of those who sing with the mouth without an instrument; 129 2, 18 | that we must busy ourselves with their theatrical trumpery 130 2, 19 | former kind, that which deals with human institutions, is partly 131 2, 20 | about signs and leagues with devils, such, for example, 132 2, 20 | to this class belong, but with a bolder reach of deception, 133 2, 20 | fashion certain articles, not with reference to the condition 134 2, 20 | has run between them, not with impunity however, for instead 135 2, 21 | although they may seek with pains for the true position 136 2, 21 | likeness to beasts, or of men with a view to confer honour 137 2, 22 | any sort of acquaintance with matters of this kind (which, 138 2, 22 | while they do not meet with equal fortune either in 139 2, 22 | they suffer, but often meet with fates so different that 140 2, 22 | found to have laid hold with his hand upon the heel of 141 2, 22 | were leagues and covenants with devils. ~ 142 2, 23 | providence, and in accordance with His most admirable arrangement 143 2, 23 | ye should have fellowship with devils." Now what the apostle 144 2, 23 | or which are connected with attention to medicinal charms 145 2, 23 | fellowship of demons, who, with the Devil their prince, 146 2, 24 | intercourse and agreement with demons which superstitious 147 2, 24 | far as has been arranged with the devils by that previous 148 2, 24 | the ruinous intercourse with devils is maintained have 149 2, 25 | not set up in association with devils, but by men in association 150 2, 25 | but by men in association with one another. For all arrangements 151 2, 25 | necessary arrangements of men with men are to be reckoned whatever 152 2, 26 | have relation to fellowship with devils must, as has been 153 2, 26 | those who are acquainted with which are called shorthand 154 2, 28 | comparison of profane history with the gospel. It will still 155 2, 28 | been done, faithfully and with advantage; but the books 156 2, 29 | not appear, the intention with which it is used is of great 157 2, 29 | of sure calculation; not with the design of drawing any 158 2, 30 | connecting the memory of the past with the expectation of the future. 159 2, 30 | knowledge is to be acquired, not with a view to practicing them ( 160 2, 30 | not touch at present), but with a view to forming a judgement 161 2, 31 | man lays before another with whom he is talking, the 162 2, 31 | more than is consistent with seriousness of purpose, 163 2, 31 | consequences the error of the man with whom one is arguing; and 164 2, 31 | a good and learned man, with the object of making the 165 2, 32 | things, and has its origin with God. For as the man who 166 2, 33 | the admission of the man with whom one is arguing. And 167 2, 34 | not in their connection with one another; but when propositions 168 2, 36 | them. And it is the same with other directions of the 169 2, 37 | previously spoken of, which deals with inferences, and definitions, 170 2, 39 | entering into fellowship with devils by means of leagues 171 2, 39 | to carry on intercourse with those around us. I think, 172 2, 39 | the history of the past with a view to the questions 173 2, 40 | that is true and in harmony with our faith, we are not only 174 2, 40 | ignorance, providing them with things which they themselves, 175 2, 40 | adapted to that intercourse with men which is indispensable 176 2, 40 | brethren done? Do we not see with what a quantity of gold 177 2, 40 | much Lactantius brought with him? And Victorious, and 178 2, 41 | be the riches he brings with him out of Egypt, yet unless 179 2, 41 | to mark their door-posts with the blood of the lamb, used 180 2, 41 | used hyssop to mark them with. Now this is a meek and 181 2, 41 | may be able to comprehend with all saints what is the breadth, 182 2, 41 | works in Christ, to cling with constancy to Him, to hope 183 2, 41 | that we may be filled with all the fullness of God." 184 2, 41 | breast may not be swollen with that knowledge which puffeth 185 2, 41 | out from Egypt. "Purge me with hyssop," the psalmist says, " 186 2, 42 | Sacred Scripture compared with profane authors~ 187 2, 42 | people of Israel brought with them out of Egypt was in 188 2, 42 | Egypt was in comparison with the riches which they afterwards 189 2, 42 | the heathen when compared with the knowledge of Holy Scripture. 190 2, 42 | yoke of Christ, and loaded with His light burden, rooted 191 3, arg | book the method of dealing with unknown signs, goes on in 192 3, arg | sense inconsistent either with purity of life or correctness 193 3, 1 | strife; when furnished also with a knowledge of languages, 194 3, 1 | and forms of speech, and with the knowledge of certain 195 3, 2 | give a meaning in harmony with the faith, it remains to 196 3, 2 | the Word, and the Word was with God,and God was), so as 197 3, 2 | word was in the beginning with God), arises out of unwillingness 198 3, 2 | same was in the beginning with God). ~ 199 3, 2 | desire to depart, and to be with Christ, which is far better: 200 3, 2 | desire to depart, and to be with Christ]. But since there 201 3, 2 | other; a desire, viz., to be with Christ, and a necessity 202 3, 2 | desire to depart, and to be with Christ]. And, as if he were 203 3, 2 | and spirit], in accordance with the passage, "that she may 204 3, 3 | these methods is applied with success, they will remain 205 3, 3 | is he that condemneth?" with the answer, "Christ Jesus 206 3, 3 | would not be in harmony with the succeeding context. 207 3, 3 | succeeding context. But with whatever tone of voice one 208 3, 3 | out of Nazareth?" whether with that of a man who gives 209 3, 3 | to the interrogation, or with that of a man who asks the 210 3, 3 | asks the whole question with doubt and hesitation, I 211 3, 6 | Eternal God,) were filled with such a measure of the Holy 212 3, 6 | for their gods idols made with hands had not been so near 213 3, 7 | hoary temples are wreathed with the resounding sea, whose 214 3, 7 | image of Neptune is used with a reference to this explanation 215 3, 9 | Lord, we are not oppressed with the heavy burden of attending 216 3, 10 | same way, what charity does with a view to one's own advantage 217 3, 10 | prudence; but what it does with a view to a neighbor's advantage 218 3, 11 | have crucified the flesh, with the affections and lusts." 219 3, 12 | were anointed by the woman with precious ointment, it was 220 3, 12 | anoints His feet (so to speak) with the most precious ointment. 221 3, 12 | great truth. Keeping company with a harlot, for example, is 222 3, 12 | and not rashly charge men with sins. For it is possible 223 3, 12 | crave for the vilest food with a most disgusting eagerness 224 3, 12 | the heels, and furnished with sleeves, but now it is disgraceful 225 3, 12 | also, that lust do not mix with our use of them; for lust 226 3, 13 | then, is in accordance with the habits of those with 227 3, 13 | with the habits of those with whom we are either compelled 228 3, 14 | But when men unacquainted with other modes of life than 229 3, 14 | life than their own meet with the record of such actions, 230 3, 16 | He forbids the prudence with which it is a man's duty 231 3, 18 | such matters are recorded with this useful design, that 232 3, 18 | the former be accompanied with charity, and the use of 233 3, 18 | and the use of the latter with lust. ~ 234 3, 18 | one man to use many wives with chastity, it is possible 235 3, 18 | another to use one wife with lust. And I look with greater 236 3, 18 | wife with lust. And I look with greater approval on the 237 3, 19 | procreation of children, but with the shameless license of 238 3, 19 | times used a number of wives with temperance, looking to nothing 239 3, 19 | honoured and praised, swell with pride, becoming the more 240 3, 20 | of old used their wives with reference to the necessities 241 3, 21 | unnatural son, he not only bore with him in his mad passion, 242 3, 21 | And with what moderation and self-restraint 243 3, 21 | hence we may understand with what temperance he possessed 244 3, 21 | did not take up its abode with him, but was only a passing 245 3, 21 | his reign he was inflamed with a desire for wisdom, but 246 3, 23 | deeds, and in comparison with his own righteousness, to 247 3, 26 | Thou, Lord, hast crowned us with Thy favour as with a shield." 248 3, 26 | crowned us with Thy favour as with a shield." And yet we are 249 3, 26 | as that wherever we meet with a shield put to indicate 250 3, 27 | the words is in harmony with the truth. And if a man 251 3, 29 | people who are unacquainted with the Scriptures, and have 252 3, 29 | by the articulate voice with which we speak. Now of some 253 3, 29 | which we are unacquainted with; and in this way many obscure 254 3, 30 | Certainly it must be read with caution, not only on account 255 3, 31 | decked me as a bridegroom with ornaments, and adorned me 256 3, 31 | and adorned me as a bride with jewels;" and yet it is, 257 3, 32 | Christ which will not be with Him in eternity. We ought, 258 3, 32 | who "shall not be heir with the son of the free woman." 259 3, 32 | part, the bad that is mixed with the good, "They shall be 260 3, 32 | appoint him his portion with the hypocrites." ~ 261 3, 33 | to the brethren, and love with faith, from God the Father 262 3, 33 | had not come into contact with this heresy, which has arisen 263 3, 33 | I have, however, dealt with it, one place or another, 264 3, 34 | among logicians, who discuss with great acuteness the difference 265 3, 34 | excellence in comparison with the Old, "Ye are our epistle ... 266 3, 34 | epistle ... written not with ink, but with the Spirit 267 3, 34 | written not with ink, but with the Spirit of the living 268 3, 34 | enemies, but that he deals with us as a physician, giving 269 3, 34 | destined to reign forever with Christ, is itself the land 270 3, 36 | the recapitulation, which, with sufficient watchfulness, 271 3, 36 | is evidently inconsistent with the previous words, in their 272 3, 37 | body, and destined to go with him into the punishment 273 3, 37 | His body, destined to be with Him in His eternal kingdom 274 3, 37 | are for a time mixed up with the Church, until they depart 275 3, 37 | wherever one thing is said with the intention that another 276 3, 37 | make themselves acquainted with the forms of expression 277 4, arg | speech. After detailing with much care and minuteness 278 4, arg | combination of eloquence with wisdom. He points out that 279 4, arg | and ought to be cultivated with especial care by the teacher, 280 4, arg | may understand it, hear it with gladness, and practice it 281 4, arg | to lead a life in harmony with his own teaching, and to 282 4, 2 | truth and defend falsehood with sophistical arguments, while 283 4, 2 | the minds of their hearers with erroneous opinions, are 284 4, 3 | a tinge of the eloquence with which they are written, 285 4, 3 | learnt them, and who speak with fluency and elegance, cannot 286 4, 3 | as to speak in accordance with them, unless they are discussing 287 4, 3 | they had never even met with them. For it is because 288 4, 3 | who, without acquaintance with rhetorical rules, are more 289 4, 4 | their feelings into harmony with the truths they admit, greater 290 4, 5 | frigidly while others use them with acuteness, elegance, and 291 4, 5 | who can argue and speak with wisdom, if not with eloquence, 292 4, 5 | speak with wisdom, if not with eloquence, and with profit 293 4, 5 | not with eloquence, and with profit to his hearers, even 294 4, 5 | would if he could speak with eloquence too. But we must 295 4, 5 | if the hearer is pleased with what is not worth listening 296 4, 5 | wisdom! Now a man speaks with more or less wisdom just 297 4, 5 | retentive of the words, but see with the eyes of the heart into 298 4, 5 | desire to speak not only with wisdom, but with eloquence 299 4, 5 | not only with wisdom, but with eloquence also (and assuredly 300 4, 5 | advise him to spend time with the teachers of rhetoric; 301 4, 5 | accustomed to speak, not only with eloquence, but with wisdom 302 4, 5 | only with eloquence, but with wisdom also. For eloquent 303 4, 5 | eloquent speakers are heard with pleasure; wise speakers 304 4, 5 | pleasure; wise speakers with profit. And, therefore, 305 4, 5 | Holy Scriptures, not only with wisdom, but with eloquence 306 4, 5 | not only with wisdom, but with eloquence as well; and there 307 4, 6 | writers unite eloquence with wisdom~ 308 4, 6 | the canon, which carries with it a most wholesome authority, 309 4, 6 | and to those who think with me, is very easily settled. 310 4, 6 | evidently inspired of God. With this eloquence they spoke; 311 4, 6 | other, for it is in keeping with their character, while it 312 4, 6 | these writers have in common with the heathen orators and 313 4, 6 | eloquence; I am more struck with admiration at the way in 314 4, 7 | one, thrice was I beaten with rods, once was I stoned, 315 4, 7 | down: "Thrice was I beaten with rods, once was I stoned, 316 4, 7 | fourteen sections burst forth with a vehemence which is most 317 4, 7 | panting for breath, winds up with a period of two members: " 318 4, 7 | have altered some passages with the view of directing the 319 4, 7 | man thoroughly acquainted with both tongues. ~ 320 4, 7 | of the people, entering with pomp into the house of Israel! 321 4, 7 | and anointing themselves with the costliest ointment: 322 4, 7 | place, the invective itself; with what vehemence it throws 323 4, 7 | of the people, entering with pomp into the house of Israel!" 324 4, 7 | of, the style is adorned with names of places as with 325 4, 7 | with names of places as with lamps, such as "Zion," " 326 4, 7 | Next he reproaches them with their luxury in seeking 327 4, 7 | practice music wisely, he, with wonderful skill of speech, 328 4, 7 | and anointing themselves with the costliest ointment." 329 4, 7 | as one clause, or whether with more elegance we hold the 330 4, 7 | as kindled by reciting it with spirit. Nor was it composed 331 4, 7 | wise but eloquent also, with an eloquence suited to a 332 4, 8 | writers, though compatible with eloquence, not to be imitated 333 4, 8 | in those passages where, with a view to exercise and train 334 4, 8 | are willing to learn, and with a view also to throw a veil 335 4, 8 | have expressed themselves with a useful and wholesome obscurity. 336 4, 8 | not indeed equal to that with which they are themselves 337 4, 9 | chap. 9. How, and with whom, difficult passages 338 4, 9 | force, or are understood with great difficulty, at whatever 339 4, 9 | length, however clearly, or with whatever eloquence the speaker 340 4, 10 | what sounds well, compared with what dearly expresses and 341 4, 10 | certain author, when dealing with speech of this kind, says 342 4, 10 | in conversations, whether with one person or with several, 343 4, 10 | whether with one person or with several, but much more in 344 4, 10 | are often not only read with delight by those who are 345 4, 10 | their first acquaintance with them, but reread with delight 346 4, 10 | acquaintance with them, but reread with delight by those who have 347 4, 10 | already made acquaintance with them, and have not yet forgotten 348 4, 12 | it. He, then, who speaks with the purpose of teaching 349 4, 12 | is pleased if you speak with sweetness and elegance, 350 4, 12 | be no need to move them with greater strength of eloquence. 351 4, 13 | understand and are pleased with the teacher's discourse, 352 4, 13 | is useless to be pleased with the manner in which it is 353 4, 14 | diction to be in keeping with the matter~ 354 4, 14 | wicked and base men have with great eloquence recommended, 355 4, 14 | eloquence recommended, not with a view to gaining assent, 356 4, 14 | for the sake of being read with pleasure. But may God avert 357 4, 14 | the priests applaud them with their hands; and my people 358 4, 14 | forbid, then, God forbid that with us the priest should applaud 359 4, 14 | God forbid, I say, that with us there should be such 360 4, 14 | iniquitous, be listened to with pleasure. But this, of course, 361 4, 14 | true and just be expressed with elegance. ~ 362 4, 14 | was inserted designedly with this view, that posterity 363 4, 14 | effort, is sought after with eagerness, but is not attained 364 4, 15 | does all he can to be heard with intelligence, with pleasure, 365 4, 15 | heard with intelligence, with pleasure, and with obedience; 366 4, 15 | intelligence, with pleasure, and with obedience; and he need not 367 4, 15 | and to be himself filled with what he is about to distribute. 368 4, 16 | reprove, rebuke, exhort, with all longsuffering and doctrine." 369 4, 16 | and exhort, and rebuke with all authority. Let no man 370 4, 16 | things that pertain to life with God, until God makes him 371 4, 17 | said above, to be heard with intelligence, with pleasure, 372 4, 17 | heard with intelligence, with pleasure, and with ready 373 4, 17 | intelligence, with pleasure, and with ready compliance. And when 374 4, 17 | compliance. And when he does this with elegance and propriety, 375 4, 17 | even though he do not carry with him the assent of his hearer. 376 4, 18 | orator is constantly dealing with great matters~ 377 4, 18 | give shape to is concerned with. For of legal questions 378 4, 18 | again, which have to do with neither of these, and where 379 4, 18 | But brother goes to law with brother, and that before 380 4, 18 | because ye go to law one with another: why do ye not rather 381 4, 18 | and the presence of God is with us, so that what we say 382 4, 18 | even the cold hearts of men with a zeal for doing works of 383 4, 19 | matters must be spoken of with power, and in a manner calculated 384 4, 19 | whatever, be worshipped with Him or in preference to 385 4, 19 | then we ought to speak out with power and impressiveness, 386 4, 20 | now is, and is in bondage with her children. But Jerusalem 387 4, 20 | that giveth, let him do it with simplicity; he that ruleth, 388 4, 20 | simplicity; he that ruleth, with diligence; he that showeth 389 4, 20 | he that showeth mercy, with cheerfulness. Let love be 390 4, 20 | affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour 391 4, 20 | and curse not. Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and 392 4, 20 | that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep. Be of the 393 4, 20 | would no doubt be gratified with a more harmonious ending; 394 4, 20 | ending; but our translator, with more strictness, preferred 395 4, 20 | is not so much decked out with verbal ornaments as exalted 396 4, 20 | If a brave man be armed with weapons adorned with gold 397 4, 20 | armed with weapons adorned with gold and jewels, he works 398 4, 20 | he works feats of valor with those arms in the heat of 399 4, 20 | when anger furnishes him with a weapon that he digs out 400 4, 20 | s grace, we should bear with patience all the evils of 401 4, 20 | subject, and is treated with power, and the ornaments 402 4, 20 | And he treats this subject with both power and beauty: " 403 4, 20 | us all, how shall He not with Him also freely give us 404 4, 20 | not only when I am preset with you. My little children, 405 4, 20 | I desire to be present with you now, and to change my 406 4, 21 | that one who is not content with a superficial acquaintance, 407 4, 21 | water only, or water mingled with wine. But we must quote 408 4, 21 | remembrance of Him should be mixed with wine. For, as Christ says, ' 409 4, 21 | Ambrose also, though dealing with a question of very great 410 4, 21 | equality of the Holy Spirit with the Father and the Son, 411 4, 21 | direction of the angel laid it with unleavened cakes upon a 412 4, 21 | angel of God touched it with the end of the staff that 413 4, 21 | our Lord's flesh, filled with the Spirit of God, should 414 4, 21 | spirituality, finish your course with joy; only be mindful of 415 4, 21 | purity of her affection with any dross of hypocrisy; 416 4, 21 | look? When did she quarrel with her neighbours? When did 417 4, 21 | does arise, it is satisfied with food such as will support 418 4, 21 | rather discolour, their faces with paint. And the first, in 419 4, 21 | And the first, in dealing with this topic, says: "Suppose 420 4, 21 | portrait had been finished with consummate art, another 421 4, 21 | that thou wilt carry off with impunity so audacious an 422 4, 21 | let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, neither with 423 4, 21 | with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and 424 4, 21 | malice and wickedness; but with the unleavened bread of 425 4, 21 | nought the words of thy Lord? With rash and sacrilegious hand 426 4, 21 | thy hair: I would that, with a prophetic look to the 427 4, 21 | to men, paint their faces with carefully-chosen colours, 428 4, 21 | thine; for adultery tampers with modesty, but thou with nature." 429 4, 21 | tampers with modesty, but thou with nature." It is sufficiently 430 4, 21 | women to avoid tampering with their appearance by deceitful 431 4, 21 | judiciously, pointedly, and with beauty and power of expression, 432 4, 21 | assiduous reading, intermingled with practice on his own part, 433 4, 21 | become thoroughly imbued with them all. ~ 434 4, 22 | so far as is consistent with good taste. For when we 435 4, 22 | carry the hearer's feelings with us, when once it has been 436 4, 22 | quieter style, we can return with good effect to that which 437 4, 22 | should alternate at intervals with the other styles; the speech 438 4, 23 | style should be alternated with what other, and the places 439 4, 23 | may as it were shine out with greater brilliance from 440 4, 23 | must be used in alternation with the other two styles whenever 441 4, 24 | into two factions and armed with stones, fought annually 442 4, 24 | whomsoever he could), I strove with all the vehemence of speech 443 4, 24 | finished I called upon them with heart and voice to give 444 4, 24 | thanks to God. And, lo, with the blessing of Christ, 445 4, 24 | they are not only pleased with the eloquence of the encomiums 446 4, 25 | those who aspire to speak with wisdom and eloquence to 447 4, 25 | hearers are both acquainted with it and favourably disposed 448 4, 25 | and to persevere in it with constancy. Accordingly, 449 4, 25 | contenting ourselves merely with pleasing the hearer, but 450 4, 26 | one who wishes to speak with wisdom and eloquence, viz. 451 4, 26 | would be listened to, not with intelligence merely, but 452 4, 26 | intelligence merely, but with pleasure as well. Again, 453 4, 26 | wish to carry the hearer with us, that is, to compel his 454 4, 26 | pleasing, if you would be heard with a submissive mind. ~ 455 4, 27 | whose life is in harmony with his teaching will teach 456 4, 27 | his teaching will teach with greater effect~ 457 4, 27 | unprofitable lives are heard with profit by others. For though 458 4, 27 | in comparing the teaching with the conduct of their instructors, 459 4, 27 | little further, and say with their lips: Why do you not 460 4, 27 | thus they cease to listen with submission to a man who 461 4, 28 | what the apostle says: "Not with wisdom of words, lest the 462 4, 28 | or vehemently, uses words with no other purpose than to 463 4, 28 | not false. For as a man with a comely body but an ill-conditioned 464 4, 29 | take what has been written with wisdom and eloquence by 465 4, 29 | they have nothing in common with his manner of life. And 466 4, 29 | composing their lives in harmony with it. ~ 467 4, 30 | should commence his discourse with prayer to God~ 468 4, 31 | not care to be acquainted with it need not complain of 469 4, 31 | give thanks to God that with what little ability I possess


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